Can Socio-Economic Incentives Improve the Livelihoods of Communities Surrounding Rehabilitated ecosystems? An empirical evidence of Kondoa Rehabilitated Rural Areas, Dodoma, Tanzania
Chami Avit A
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Chami Avit A: Department of Economic Studies, The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy, Tanzania
Current Investigations in Agriculture and Current Research, 2018, vol. 1, issue 3, 85-96
Communities need motivation in order to effectively and sustainably participate in conserving the surrounding environmental resources. However the contribution of socio-economic....
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